Featured Student Projects
The history department is proud to feature interesting and excellent student projects.
Visitors are welcome to view, read and learn from the work of these UW-Whitewater students.
Please respect the intellectual property of the featured authors. Copying or using any portion of the materials posted at this site would constitute an act of plagiarism and is strictly prohibited.
"The Birth of the American Auto Industry and the Decline of the Railroads"
By Greg Ballard & Casey Martner
"Silver Mining in the New World: 1500-1850"
By Jake Keepers
Atlantic History, April 28th, 2007
"From Genesis to the Antebellum South"
By Matthew Flynn
History 499, May 9th, 2006
"Brutal, Unclean and a Savage Nation: Anglo-American Perceptions of Cholera in Russia, 1892-93"
By John Biersack
The Undergraduate Research Program offers history majors a unique opportunity to develop and demonstrate their intellectual and research skills. By providing financial support and close faculty mentoring, the program permits our students to pursue their interests, and gain new abilities as a historical researcher.